Supportive Care in Cancer Patients II

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Figure 1. The Program of Optimization of Chemotherapy Administration at Georges Pompidou European Hospital Optimal timing of the assessment of chemotherapy-related adverse events plays a pivotal role in effective supportive care. Figure 2. Figure 3. View this table: In this window In a new window. Table 1.

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Hot Flashes Due To Androgen-Deprivation Therapy Hot flashes are considered to be the most common side effect of ADT, affecting patients receiving hormonal interventions for the treatment of prostate cancer and often persisting long term [ 21 ]. Increased Risk of Fractures The increased risk of fractures caused by ADT-associated reduction in bone density can be a major problem for older patients with advanced prostate cancer [ 2 , 21 , 26 ]. Chemotherapy-Induced Febrile Neutropenia It is known that older men will have a decreased bone marrow reserve, and this is likely to make them more prone to myelotoxicity and infections [ 28 ].

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Acupuncture Hot flashes are common and disabling in patients treated for prostate cancer [ 24 , 25 ]. Table 2. The use of acupuncture to control hot flashes. Physical Exercise A systematic review of randomized controlled trials has shown that exercise can offer many benefits to patients with cancer [ 47 ]. Yoga Yoga involves physical postures that develop strength and flexibility to promote relaxation. Previous Section.

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